Image of the Day: Cerebral Connections

The human brain visualized using diffusion tensor imaging data, a technique that measures the restricted diffusion of water in a tissue. U-shaped neural fibers that link the two hemispheres are seen bending toward the top, and fibers descending toward the spine are in blue.

By | June 25, 2014

WIKIPEDIA, THOMAS SCHULTZ

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